Social Cues: Also trending on Facebook and Twitter are Donald Trump's slogan for his 2020 campaign, and a hospitalized George H.W. Bush.
Of the Top 10 apps in the US, the two tech titans hold onto eight spots, Nielsen reports.
Your inbox is a mess. Here's how you can fix that.
In today's tech news, Netflix finally offers offline viewing, GoPro makes big cuts to its workforce and Gooligan malware infects over a million Google accounts.
AOL's Alto app tries to cure our email troubles. Meanwhile, Samsung is dealing with bigger problems: exploding washing machines.
Say hello to Alto, an email client that hopes you'll be thinking "You've Got Mail" for years to come.
Google reckons with a service disruption to its extensive email network.
The company will flag emails in two dangerous scenarios: untrustworthy links and sketchy senders.
Make Gmail great again. Or just better than it already is.
China has raised concerns over internet censorship after warning news organisations not to fabricate false news or use social media as a source without careful verification.
Your passwords suck. So Google is plotting ways to end passwords with other tests, and Microsoft won't even let you use a lame log-in.
Is someone ticking you off online? Here's how to silence them.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.